Tag: New West Records

Song Of The Day: Pylon, "Cool"

Song Of The Day: Pylon, “Cool”

Taken from the New West Records release, “Cool” c/w “Dub.”

Songs of 2018: Buxton, “This Place Reminds Me Of You”

A dreamy track from a wonderful Houston band’s new album.

Song Of The Day: Buxton, “Jan”

Taken from the forthcoming New West release, Stay Out Late.

Drivin’ N Cryin’: Too Late To Turn Back Now! (New West)

By 1997, Atlanta rockers Drivin’ N Cryin’ had been through the major label machine. Stripped down to a power trio, they doubled down and made a no-frills album that would close out the band’s first era on a extremely high note.

Song Of The Day: Buxton, “This Place Reminds Me Of You”

Taken from the forthcoming New West release, Stay Out Late.

Eric Johnson: Live From Austin TX (New West)

Texas guitarist Eric Johnson’s career was in an odd place in the 1980s; though a superbly talented musician with a Grammy nomination under his belt, he had difficulty finding a proper home for his music. Instead, he focused on his live show, and became a top-notch live act. This concert, recorded in 1988, captures him in his prime, shortly before he scored a surprise commercial hit with his song, “Cliffs Of Dover.”

Buck Owens/Dwight Yoakam: Live From Austin, TX (New West)

On an October evening in 1988, two generations of Bakersfield musicians came together onstage to record a concert for famed music program Austin City Limits. These two CD/DVD collections present that evening in its entirety, and both sets find the artists in superb form.